School Council

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September to October 2017

This half term we have taken time to settle into our role. We have focused on interviewing Mr Hoskin our School Bursar so that we could find out about how money is spent in school. We then took time to plan an assembly and presented what we found out about school finances to the rest of the children in school. 

We are going to make a display of our findings in school to help everyone appreciate the resources we have in school and how much things in school cost.

New School Council Weekly Award

Every Friday we have a Celebration Assembly. To help the children remember to look after the school equipment and resources we have designed a weekly competition. This term we are asking the children to look after the glue sticks. Every week we collect certain glue sticks in and announce to the school the class who has looked after their glue sticks the best.

 

November 2017

School Council work with Canon Johnson Enterprise Group.

This term the School Council have also worked with the School's Enterprise Group to think of ways to raise money for the school. We met the Enterprise Group to think of ideas to raise money because the school Tuck shop has raised money through selling daily snacks and has raised enough money during September and October to give each class £50 to make things to sell at the Christmas Fair which is on the last Friday in November. 

 

 

Anti Bullying Week 13th November 2017

This week School Council have handed out a survey to the Juniors to find out what they think of school. 

The theme this year is "All different, all equal." We  handed out different coloured hands on paper and asked classes to fill them in, putting 5 names of people we would tell if something was happening to us. We then asked each class to make a class wreath to bond us all together for the year.

Children In Need 2017

The Enterprise Committee have worked with School Council to work out how to raise money this term. 

The children had a totally dotty day!!

The children came to school dressed in spots. The teachers had a Children in Need bake off to raise extra money for  the event.  The spotty cakes were sold at snack time as a treat!

We raised a wonderful £146.88. Well done and thank you to everyone who contributed.

 

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